NU: "Talking to the Most High" is another lively and motivating record where Wordsmith explores his desire to ascend to the heights of greatness and how he finds his motivation through his own faith and action.
PR4E: Esohel spits a cautionary p.s.a. of street ills with an intensity to match DJPoor's highly energetic production for the single "System". Catch this song residing on eS and Po's collaborative LP "Dopamine" dropping soon.
Ill: Taken off Flip's long awaited producer album 'Reflections', available worldwide now (CD/LP/cassette/digital) on Ill Adrenaline Records. The album also features lyrical heavyweights like Elzhi, Phat Kat, AG (of D.I.T.C.), EDO.G, Guilty Simpson, Kev Brown, LMNO, 14KT, and many more.
Biz3: Salva is keeping up his weekly assault of content with two new videos from his acclaimed Peacemaker LP. Both videos highlight San Antonio-based rapper Paul Fisher over Salva's world-class production, the two of them meshed really well and were able to create both songs in only a couple sessions. Watch both videos below.
Malik B + Mr. Green: New Track With R.A. The Rugged Man
Nature Sounds: As a founding member of The Roots, Phildelphia emcee Malik B has been responsible for countless classic moments in hip-hop history. Now, he is joining forces with prolific producer Mr. Green for the historic collaborative project Unpredictable. With the album set to hit stores tomorrow, the duo is dropping off the new track "Dark Streets", featuring guest vocals from legendary rapper R.A. The Rugged Man and Danish singer Amalie Bruun.
TPB: V. Nova keeps the content coming with the release of the visuals to his in-studio video/performance of his single "I Know I'm There" from his street album HiPS3: The New Commission. I Know I'm There is produced by DJ Keal and the video is directed by V. Nova.
Audio: Substantial f/ See King - "MLK (Dream Big)"
HiPNOTT: The Past… features Von Pea of Tanya Morgan, Substantial’s protegé, See King, cuts from DJ Jav and plenty of that soulful boom bap The Other Guys have been known to provide. Lyrically, Substantial is as sharp as ever and covers subjects such as the dying art of MCing, dreams limited by stereotypes, and the exploitation of his former producer, Nujabes.